Isle of Dogs Reviews
Told in classic Wes Anderson style with centralized and symmetric camera focus, the film is entertaining throughout. Anyone who loves dogs will certainly enjoy this flick and appreciate its ending as well. The music does a good job of adding tension where it's required and the fact that it's repetitive only adds fuel to the climax of the climax. Well done, Wes Anderson.
This pack, even imperiled on Trash Island, showed the loyalty, determination and intuition we take for granted but n dogs. The humans were divided between those who sought justice for the dogs and the compliant public that quickly bought into propoganda about the dogs' health as a threat to the entire city. The range and depth of emotions felt by the dogs is framed by their remarkable vision and limitations - as dogs.
Who doesn't believe in masters?
"Isle of Dogs" can be viewed as a ""dog story", but it is so much more.